Osaka has amazingly good ice cream. You'll be struck by the originality and quality of the ice cream you can find in the Kansai metropolis. This guide introduces the 5 best ice cream shops in Osaka.
Baskin Robbins is known as 31 (Thirty One) in Japan, and it is very popular among all ages! They have various only-in-Japan flavors in Japan, so check this article for more information on Baskin Robbins in Japan!
Have you ever seen this cute cream puffs before? You can get them at Shirohige's Cream Puff Factory in Tokyo!
Taiyaki is a classic dessert you must try in Japan. It is often sold in stands, and it smells heavenly as you walk by. Taiyaki are sweets shaped as a fish ("tai") often filled with red bean paste or cream. There are a multitude of seasonal variations to try as well, such as sweet potato, or chestnut.
Parfaits are hugely popular in Japan. Sometimes you feel like every restaurant has it on their menu. And, well it's delicious all year round, but it's particularly good in the summer. Loaded with fruits, and ice cream. It's refreshing and sweet. How about trying a limited edition summer parfait or a parfait made with delicious summer fruits? Yesssss!
Tokyo's famous Harajuku district, known primarily for it's eccentric fashion, has also become a popular spot for crepe lovers. Unlike the traditional French crepe, the sweet treat of Harajuku is served tightly wrapped filled with a variety of ingredients such as whipped cream, fruits and chunks of cake.
Sweets in Japan are meticulously prepared and so they are not only beautiful to look at , but also super tasty! Ginza Cozy Corner is a great place to get your sweet fix; stop by for a slice of even a whole cake to bring home!
Have you ever tried ice creams in Japan? Maybe a lot of people might be familiar with green tea ice cream or mochi ice cream, but there are so much more than just these two! This article will introduce you to different ice creams you can try in Japan!
For those of you all who love to eat something sweet, here is a list of places you can eat giant Japanese parfait in Tokyo! These places would definitely fulfill your craving. Make sure not to go there alone, unless you are big eaters.